ⓘ Prolactin-releasing peptide

                                     

ⓘ Prolactin-releasing peptide

Prolactin-releasing peptide is a peptide hormone that in humans is encoded by the PRLH gene. PrRP stimulates prolactin release and regulates the expression of prolactin through binding to the prolactin-releasing peptide receptor.

                                     
  • receptor that binds the prolactin - releasing peptide PRLH PrRPR is a 7 - transmembrane domain receptor for prolactin - releasing peptide that is highly expressed
  • Prolactin - releasing hormone, also known as PRLH, is a hypothetical human hormone or hormone releasing factor. Existence of this factor has been hypothesized
  • Neuropeptide SF RFRP - 1 Neuropeptide VF RFRP - 3 Prolactin - releasing peptide PrRP Pyroglutamylated RFamide peptide QRFP Kisspeptin disputed Neuropeptide
  • by dopamine. The thyrotropin - releasing hormone and the vasoactive intestinal peptide stimulate the secretion of prolactin in experimental settings, however
  • Prolactin inhibitors suppress and prolactin releasers induce the secretion of prolactin respectively. Prolactin inhibitors are mainly used to treat
  • thyrotropin - releasing hormone TRH and vasoactive intestinal peptide VIP Prolactin modulator Hyperprolactinemia Hypoprolactinemia J. Larry Jameson
  • prolactin renin somatostatin thyroid - stimulating hormone TSH thyrotropin - releasing hormone TRH vasopressin vasoactive intestinal peptide Peptide Hormone
  • Gastrin - releasing peptide also known as GRP, is a neuropeptide, a regulatory molecule that has been implicated in a number of physiological and pathophysiological
  • helps to regulate prolactin secretion it stimulates prolactin release in the domestic turkey. Additionally, the growth - hormone - releasing hormone GH - RH